Adolescent girls and young women in therapy--even those who
genuinely desire change--often are highly ambivalent and difficult
to engage. This book provides fresh insights and powerful clinical
tools for understanding a young woman's conflict between her
attachment and dependence on her parents and her efforts to be
autonomous, and how this may play out in seemingly
treatment-rejecting behavior. Rich case material illustrates
innovative ways to embrace resistance, rather than fighting it, to
build a strong therapeutic relationship that can get to the root of
self-defeating patterns. The book is unique in addressing clinical
work both with teens and with women in their twenties and beyond,
who frequently struggle with unresolved adolescent issues.
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